Jeffersons had only three official uniforms. During the period of
around 1905 through 1913, some of the players had a "J" on the jersey. Around
1914 till 1919, the team wore the "Jeffs" across the jersey. Those were
the semi pro years. In 1920 to 1925, the NFL years, the team wore the plain red
jersey you described. So no, the Jeffs script jersey was never worn in the NFL,
only the red one with white stripes."
1969-75 - All striped white jerseys had Packers-style striping.
Crew necks were worn up through and including 1975 for all sleeve stripe patterns.
1976 - Champion went to a mitred (normal) V-neck, plain burgundy V on the
burgundy jersey and B-G-B on both the Packers-striped and equal-striped
1977 - the flat-bottomed V appeared on the Packers-striped versions for 1977. Some '76 versions with the normal V on the
equal-striped jerseys were
still worn. Still plain V on burgundy jerseys.
1978 - the
equal-striped jerseys were replaced with the separated
stripes that had the Giants-style crossover collar. Again some
Packers-style striped jerseys from '77 were being worn with the
flat-bottomed V. Burgundy jerseys still had normal V collar.